Google launched the effort past year with St. Louis-based Ascension, the country's second-largest health system.
Google did not immediately respond when asked specifically by DailyMail.com how the data will be used or why the company did not inform patients or doctors about it being accessed.
Google has been collecting detailed health records of millions of Americans since previous year, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. Google has not sought approval from patients to collect this data, but the nature of its agreement with the heathcare provider reportedly makes everything nice and legal. At least 150 Google employees already have access to much of the data on tens of millions of patients, according to a person familiar with the matter and documents.
Google is working on a top secret project with a leading healthcare company to gather millions of Americans' health data without them knowing it.
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Neither patients nor doctors have been notified. The data is compiled into a complete health history that is connected to a patient's name and date of birth.
It's no secret that Google has lofty ambitions about entering the health care industry.
Ascension, which operates 150 hospitals and more than 50 senior living facilities across United States, said the partnership was in compliance with the U.S. data privacy act Hipaa (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), which safeguards medical information.
Google Cloud president Tariq Shaukat said the company hopes "to transform the delivery of healthcare through the power of the cloud, data analytics, machine learning, and modern productivity tools-ultimately improving outcomes, reducing costs, and saving lives". This system could then be sold by Google to other companies, such as partner Ascension.